October was the month for conferences

October seemed to be the month for conferences and presentations for me.  I presented twice with colleagues at the Georgia Library Association’s annual conference (COMO) and also late in October at Internet Librarian.  With so much traveling and being out … Continue reading

Year for Productivity: Session 16: Mindmapping Revisited

Elisabeth did a wonderful job introducing mindmapping and concept mapping in her post on January 14, 2013: .  I will not reinvent that wheel and suggest that everyone takes a second look at her article to supplement this entry.  Instead, … Continue reading

Six Thinking Hats Off for the Week

Here at Kennesaw State, we in the Sturgis Library have just started a professional development reading group.  Our first book was on neither librarianship nor education, nor even on leadership.  It wasn’t one of the year’s hot new books, either. … Continue reading

What is your personal knowledge management ecosystem?

Elisabeth here, wondering what your PKM ecosystem consists of.  Someone at THATCamp last week said she hadn’t thought of herself as having a personal knowledge management system, so let me elaborate: Personal knowledge management is an activity people have been … Continue reading